Evernote Updated to


Evernote has been upgraded to

If you don’t have Evernote already, check link.

You can get it at BlackBerry World here.

Evernote turns your BlackBerry® into an extension of your brain.  New in 5.6 Shared Notebook Support + Added ability to view, browse, edit, and delete notes within shared notebooks. + Introduced search within shared notebooks.  Other + Significantly improved overall speed and stability of the app. + Updated the UI, removing duplicate action icons.  Please Note + For existing Evernote users with a considerable number of shared notebooks, the first launch after installing. v5.6 may take several minutes longer than normal. + Access to Evernote Business notebooks are not supported by Evernote for BlackBerry.  This award winning app lets you remember and recall anything that happens in your life. From notes to ideas to snapshots to recordings, put it all into Evernote and watch as everything instantly synchronizes from your BlackBerry® to the Web to your Mac or Windows desktop.  Easily search for notes created on your desktop or web using your BlackBerry®. Whether from last week or last year, all your memories are in one place, available whenever you need them. You can even search for printed or handwritten text within your snapshots – great for business cards, whiteboards, and wine labels.  How to use Evernote  There are tons of ways to use Evernote for your personal and professional life. Here are some ideas: – For research and class notes – For client and sales meetings  – To stay in-sync with your desktop notes, web clips, and files – To snap photos of whiteboards and business cards – As part of your GTD system to help you stay organized – To record quick voice memos  In short, to remember everything.  Evernote for BlackBerry® works best when used together with our downloadableversions for Windows and Mac. Best part: it’s free!

Give it a try, you will be amazed.




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